Full Body Workouts
This page is for Full Body Workout Routines only. You can do full body workouts when you don’t have enough time in a week but you’re still trying to get your Fit on ;). You should never do more then 3 full body workouts per week, and you have to take a day break in between.
Today’s workout is a combination of cardio and resistance training. The intervals were much shorter than I normally do, but the exercises were harder, so it was a perfect combination.
This workout broke down into 4 parts and each part was about 5 minutes long ( a tiny bit under ). There were 2 exercises in each part. I only took about 1 minute break in between ( just to catch my breath ), so don’t be taking longer breaks than that. Since all together this was a 20 minute workout, I did some moderate jump rope cardio for an additional 10 minutes, this is just to give you your body that extra fat burning time it needs ( because the body starts burning the actual fat after about 15 -20 minutes of intensive training ).read more
Today’s workout was a complete muscle torture for the whole body. I think it’s great to do these types of workouts at least once a week, it really kicks your body into shape. This workout felt like it went by really fast, but when I looked at the time it was a lot longer than I thought.
I was using a set of 10 lbs dumbbells, if you don’t have dumbbells you can just use your own bodyweight or you can use a backpack and fill it up with books ( that will give you the extra resistance). Remember that you don’t need equipment to workout, you just have get creative.read more
Today’s’ workout was really fun and it was some serious cardio! I absolutely loved this workout, it was tough, not boring and all over the place!
It was 30 minutes long ( my perfect number ) and it had 7 exercises total. In the last round I was really struggling and loosing my breath, but I felt incredible once I was done.